|By PR Newswire||
|February 5, 2014 04:45 PM EST||
GLENWOOD SPRINGS, Colo., Feb. 5, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- A recent internal study at the Brettelberg Condos at Sunlight Mountain Resort in Colorado calculated their ski vacation packages beat out TripAdvisor's Most Affordable TripIndex for Ski resorts in North America. See original report >>
Located between Aspen and Vail ski resorts in Glenwood Springs, Colorado, Sunlight Mountain Resort is the best kept secrets as one of the most affordable ski locations in Colorado.
From TripAdvisor's original report, "...TripAdvisor TripIndex Ski highlights the combined average cost of common ski trip expenses including a one-night hotel stay, a single-day lift ticket, a basic ski equipment rental package, and a meal at a local restaurant consisting of a burger and fries and a bottle or draft of domestic beer." Based on their report the projected winner was Durango at $209.65 for a single day.
"When we did our own internal study we used the metric of a common ski vacation of 2 days of skiing and lodging to give a more accurate valuation. Based on a more typical 2 day ski vacation weekend, the Brettelberg Slopeside Condos at Sunlight Mountain Resort beats out TripAdvisor's Affordable Ski Index.
For a 2 day ski vacation while staying at the Brettelberg Condos at Sunlight Mountain Resort and particpating in our Ski Free at the 'Berg promotion, guests would only spend $380.00 vs. TripsAdvisor's estimate of $419.30 for Durango." said Karen Smeltzer, Brettelberg Condo Association Board Member.
Smeltzer went on to say, "With our packages we give away FREE lift tickets for each night booked for lodging at our location and we sell additional Sunlight Mountain Resort lift tickets for only $45. At this discounted price, our guests can get additional lift tickets well below ticket counter prices.
Rentals, food, and drinks are also very affordable at Sunlight Mountain Resort's lodge. So we feel that data point in itself beats out TripAdvisor's index. You can't find slopeside ski-in / ski-out lodging in Colorado Ski Country starting at $129 a night - the 'Berg's deals are literally the best you can find in the Rocky Mountains."
The Brettelberg Slopeside Condos at Sunlight Mountain Resort recently expanded their Ski Free promotion for Spring Break. They announced their Spring Break 2014 Ski for Free promotion from March 1st - March 31st.
Ski Free Promotion Details
Book your stay at the 'Berg anytime for the month of March and get up to 5 free lift tickets.
Call 1-800-634-0481 to reserve your condo today! SKI for FREE!
Spring Break 2014 Vacation Details:
* Book 2 Nights Get 1 Free Lift Ticket
* Book 3 Nights Get 2 Free Lift Tickets
* Book 4 Nights Get 3 Free Lift Tickets
* Book 5 Nights Get 4 Free Lift Tickets
* Book 6 Nights Get 5 Free Lift Tickets
* Additional Lift Tickets can be purchased by registered Brettelberg Owners / Guests at discounted rates: $45 Adults / $40 Children - must be actively staying in a Berg Condo unit.
* Booking MUST be made over the phone - mention the "Ski Free at the Berg!" promotion.
About the Brettelberg Condos at Sunlight Mountain Resort
The Brettelberg is located on the slopes of the Sunlight Mountain Ski Resort in Glenwood Springs, Colorado. They offer the perfect Colorado Ski experience with the only ski-in / ski-out accommodations at Sunlight Mountain Resort. For summer adventures, they are located right on some of the best hiking and mountain biking trails in Colorado and are located right up the mountain from some of the best whitewater rafting in the world in the Roaring Fork and Colorado Rivers.
Media Contact: Brettelberg Condos, Brettelberg Hotel / Condos at Sunlight Mountain Resort, 1-800-634-0481, [email protected]
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